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P3D HDR Brightness Mod - Bright Daytime and Dark Night

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Could someone tell me where can lower the intensity of the color, which is the file that should change, I found a good balance but has too much color.

Thanks

Have you carried out the mods? If you check the OP it's item 1. Your interested in.

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Thanks It sure looks better.

 

Got only 1 issue, I only have VC, when I change view outside aircraft for example I only see a black screen.


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Wow, these tweaks are a game changer, thanks to everyone who contributed. I use the HDR tweaks with Reshade and I am loving it. I like alot of vivid color, the video doesn't do the tweaks justice. 

 

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What are your setting now ranger79? The video looks great. The daylight is bright like it should be.


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What are your setting now ranger79? The video looks great. The daylight is bright like it should be.

I just tweaked the SweetFX settings in Reshade (link below) and used the HDR tweaks from the main post. I had to add some saturation (very little) to the video due to Fraps making some of the colors dull in the recording. 

 

My SweetFX Settings within Reshade: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzGNU1ZmTlThMWVhblkwLW9maXc/view?usp=sharing

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Thanks very much for this, it has made a huge difference for me

 

kind regards

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So, can this be used to make daylight darker? I would like to be able to limit the brightness throughout the day to something like it is when the Sun is only a short distance above the horizon.


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Has anyone tested this in V.3?  V3 is way too bright at night. 


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I am on V3 and couldn't find any of the entries in the HDR.hlsl file. So still unable to test this as described on the original post.


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The original post was for P3D V2.x not for V3.x ... V3.x has changed with HDR you can adjust via UI.

 

Try P3D V3 at Midnight with no moon, I can assure you it's not "too bright".  The only issue I see with current HDR is at Dusk and early night the clouds are too bright.

 

Cheers, Rob.

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Although I'm loving what I'm seeing with v3, one thing that keeps me away from night flights is the way that clouds appear too bright at night against a dark background. At airliner cruising altitudes they just seem out of place.

 

Is there any way in P3d as it stands to do anything about this?


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hello , edit prepar3d.cfg ,

[GRAPHICS]

 

TONEMAP_DAY_EXPOSURE_KEY=0.200000
TONEMAP_NIGHT_EXPOSURE_KEY=0.070000   It's good for me

 

dark clouds, is more complicated for me.

Cheers

Angel

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